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car-dashboard-drive-1386648-300x200Ceairia Deveaux of Cutler Bay, Florida has been arrested for allegedly causing two car crashes on April 14 in Miami Beach, including one that severely injured someone driving a scooter.

Deveaux, 28, is charged with reckless driving causing serious bodily injury and driving under the influence causing serious bodily injury. Attorney information was not available.

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computer-hands-laptop-2115217-300x200Neil Greenberg of Sunrise, Florida was arrested on April 15 for allegedly having sex with underage girls and recording the encounters. Police claim that he also operated a website that connected men with sex workers.

Greenberg, 60, is charged with multiple counts of possession of child pornography, promoting child pornography, unlawful sexual activity with minors, unlawful use of a communication device, and promoting sexual performance by a child. He is being held in Broward County’s Main Jail on more than $1 million bond. The press did not name an attorney for him.

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rope-1149730_1920-300x200In January, Denis Palamarchuk, age 36, was driving a semitruck when he was pulled over by police. The truck contained nearly 7,000 pounds of hemp. Law enforcement arrested Palamarchuk on a drug trafficking charge and also seized both the hemp and the truck.

While law enforcement officers believed the material in the truck to be marijuana, Palamarchuk attempted to explain that it was, in fact, industrial hemp. Although cannabis and hemp are closely related plants, hemp contains only a small amount of the psychoactive agent which makes cannabis so potent. Industrial hemp is used in a wide variety of products, including foods, beauty products, and rope. In December 2018, President Trump signed the Farm Bill, which made hemp legal federally.
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calculator-1680905_1920-300x200The operator of an employment agency in central Massachusetts has been arrested for allegedly concealing his company’s payroll in order to lower his workers’ compensation insurance dues.

Tam Vuong, age 43, ran employment agency UT Services Inc., although it is his father, Ut, who appears as the company’s president and treasurer on the business registration. Vuong allegedly told UT Services’ workers’ compensation insurance carrier that the business had just one employee and a payroll of only $50,000 per year. UT Services, in fact, had several dozen employees and a considerably higher payroll.
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cab-hand-iphone-34239-300x200Uber driver Emilio Victores is accused of attempting to sexually assault a female passenger after she fell asleep in his vehicle.

Victores, 45, is charged with attempted sexual battery on a helpless victim. He was ordered held on $25,000 bond. The press did not name an attorney for him.

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